1. When workload becomes so high that stress gives way to apathy, because the task will never be accomplished, regardless of effort.

2. The days preceding a departure for a new job in another organisation, wherein the individual can no longer be reprimanded for their actions or lack there-of.
1. "I've got so many bookings I know I can't make in time that I just can't bring myself to care anymore. I'm at the point of no concern, to be honest."

2. "I don't think Dave ever bothered to confirm that before he left, because he was at the point of no concern."
by icedmaple January 18, 2008

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